LCA has signed 9 new athletes since August of 2020. Kane Springis was the first to sign, out of Boone, Iowa. He holds a 5-0 amateur record and is currently the number one ranked Amateur Light Heavyweight in Iowa. Next, LCA signed Byelka Soto, out of Denver, Colorado. Soto is 9-1 as an amateur and has recently signed with Invicta FC. Andrea Amaro was the second athlete to sign with LCA in September. She has an overall record of 6-2 and is currently ranked the third pound for pound fighter in New Mexico. As the fourth signing, LCA sought out a young star from Slovenia. Jakob Nedoh is a 24 year old fighter with a record of 3-1. All of his wins have been by knockout, and he is currently waiting for his American Visa to fight in the states.
The fifth signing for LCA was a big one in Gustavo Trujillo. Trujillo landed a Bellator contract in October and trains with UFC great, Ronaldo Souza in Tampa, Florida. Trujillo has a 3-1 professional record and is 2-0 in Bare Knuckle Bouts. Next, LCA signed Heavyweight Eduardo Perez. Perez fights out of Richmond, California with a 7-1 overall record at the age of 26. All but one of his wins have come from stoppage time. The seventh signing in the past three months came again from the international route. Guilherme de Almeida Antunes fights out of Curitiba, PR, Brazil. He is 1-0, and the victory came three minutes into the first round. The eighth signing, Saeid Mirzaei, came in October. Mirzaei has a 2-0-1 professional record at the age of 28, and has a 16-3 amateur record. Most recently, LCA signed Carlos Espinosa. Espinosa has a 9-4 overall record, and trains at American Top Team Tampa with Gustavo Trujillo.
LCA plans to sign more prospects before the end of 2020, and intends that every signee will be fighting in premier promotions in the coming months. Stay tuned for updates and progress on new and veteran athletes in the News tab of the website and LCA's Instagram @lcasportsmanagement.